The Midnight Sun’s Casey Reynolds is joined by Alaska political consultants Taylor Bickford and Cale Green to discuss what is unique about the political environment in Alaska this election cycle, if Hillary Clinton really can win Alaska’s electoral votes, if Joe Miller or anyone else can beat Sen. Lisa Murkowski, and what Steve Lindbeck’s chances are against Rep. Don Young.
Libertarians, Bahnke, and Vazquez reel, Millett’s irony, and Alaska’s un-Trumps….It’s Friday in the Sun!!!!!!
Alaskans looking for help with their presidential pick by reading the state’s official election pamphlets will find themselves short of information on Republican nominee Donald Trump, Libertarian Gary Johnson and their running mates.
If you crave raw election data the way we do at The Midnight Sun, you will love these early numbers in seven presidential swing states released last night on MSNBC. Enjoy!
Tom Begich shares his thought on the impact of the Trump video scandal on Alaska elections, the District 40 court case, patterns from local elections,
A little more than an hour before the second presidential debate this afternoon, House Majority Leader Charisse Millett (R-Anchorage) became the latest Alaska republican to…
Alaska Dispatch News — Alaska Republican Sens. Dan Sullivan and Lisa Murkowski on Saturday called for Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race after release of a tape on Friday in which he spoke of women in vulgar sexual terms.
Murkowski’s race isn’t the interesting part of the data. That distinction goes to the presidential race in Alaska. Those numbers show that Democrat Hillary Clinton has closed to within 3% points of Republican Donald Trump in the Last Frontier. That is inside the poll’s 4% margin of error.
Exclusive new polling data in Alaska shows Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump with a lead over Hillary Clinton, Sen. Lisa Murkowski with a hefty lead over everyone, and Gov. Bill Walker and Rep. Don Young maintaining solid numbers in the face of voter malaise.
Most political prognosticators view Alaska as solidly in the Donald Trump column in the presidential election, but that isn’t stopping Trumpâ€™s campaign and that of Hillary Clinton from showing signs of life in the Last Frontier.